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11:09 am
Sun May 6, 2012

Pictures Of The Supermoon, As The Whole World Saw It

The "supermoon" over Athens Saturday night.
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Originally published on Wed May 23, 2012 8:49 am

Well before night fell stateside, the "supermoon" was already a star. Cameras from Tokyo to Athens gazed into its light, just a little bit brighter than usual.

It was enough to inspire some beautiful photos, so we thought we'd share what we've found.

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Author Interviews
8:26 am
Sun May 6, 2012

The 'Marvelous' Rise Of King Henry's Adviser

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Originally published on Mon May 7, 2012 1:57 pm

When Hilary Mantel's new book opens, the spark has gone out of Henry VIII's second marriage. His roving eye leaves Anne Boleyn and begins to settle on Jane Seymour, another woman at court. The monarch doesn't go to a marriage counselor or divorce lawyer, not when Thomas Cromwell is his chief adviser.

Bring Up the Bodies is the sequel to Wolf Hall, which won the Man Booker Prize and worldwide acclaim. It is also the latest in a planned trilogy about Cromwell.

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Law
5:27 am
Sun May 6, 2012

Pleas Delayed In Sept. 11 Case

Originally published on Sun May 6, 2012 9:38 am

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RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

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Europe
5:27 am
Sun May 6, 2012

France's Next President: Incumbent Or Socialist?

Originally published on Sun May 6, 2012 9:38 am

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RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

This is WEEKEND EDITION from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin.

This morning, voters in two European countries hit hard by the continent's crippling economic crisis are going to the polls. In a moment, we'll speak with NPR's Sylvia Poggioli in Greece. But first, we turn to France where incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy has been campaigning against the background of widespread discontent and a strong Socialist opponent, Francois Hollande.

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Europe
5:27 am
Sun May 6, 2012

Greeks Cast Ballots In Presidential Election

Originally published on Sun May 6, 2012 9:38 am

People are going to the polls on Sunday to cast their ballots in what has become a referendum on international loan agreements. The election is the most unpredictable in recent history and could produce a hung parliament. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli talks to host Rachel Martin from Athens.

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